Friday - Ancillary Workshop

Envisioning Automated Vehicles within the Built Environment: 2020, 2035, 2050
Geared to Staff from Metropolitan Planning Organizations, County Transportation Agencies, and Other Regional Planners.
Friday, 18 July
Location: Harbour Room, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport

Technology Application Pathways to Commercialization/Handouts

Welcome & Introduction
    1. Conference Overview - TBD
2. Dan Fagnant, University of Texas, Austin: "A Convergence in Shared Mobility: Demand-responsive fully automated vehicles, for carsharing and ridesharing across Austin, Texas”
3. Bryant Walker Smith, Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS): “Government Regulation, Anticipation, and Participation”


  Coffee Break

  Technology Application Pathways to Commercialization/Handouts 
     Automobiles/Transit/ Taxis-Car Sharing/Goods-Freight/Policy-Programs 

  Built Environment Design Workshop (Directions and Teams) 
    Working Lunch (per RSVP confirmation on your own options)  

  Built Environment Design Workshop (hands-on) 
    Station 1 - Roadway Design Scenario
Station 2 – Neighborhood/ District Scenario
Station 3 – Regional Scenario 

  Presentations, Conclusion & Parting Remarks 

Organized by Transportation Research Board (TRB) Committees of the National Academies:
APO20 – Emerging and Innovative Public Transport and Technologies
APO40 - Automated Transit Systems

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